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Re-VIEW: Love, Death, Robots + Revelation

Volume 2 of Netflix’s ‘Love, Death + Robots’ animated anthology challenges us to see reality through new eyes, encouraging us to be curious and reflect on the intimate connection between beauty and death, and what it means to be human.

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Netflix Goes Inside the Animation of ‘Ice’ from ‘Love, Death + Robots Vol. 2’

By Dan Sarto | Tuesday, June 8, 2021 at 1:06pm

Oscar-nominated director Robert Valley details the creative and visual development process behind his grim, futuristic tale of the rift between two brothers over the ‘unmodded’ who don’t receive human strength and endurance enhancement on their colony world.

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MUST SEE! Netflix Drops ‘Love, Death & Robots’ Volume II Trailer

By Dan Sarto | Monday, April 19, 2021 at 8:28am

With ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’ and ‘3’ director Jennifer Yuh Nelson at the helm, new season of Tim Miller and David Fincher’s Emmy Award-winning animation anthology series premieres May 14.

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Jerome Chen Talks Real-Time Animation with Unreal Engine

The Sony Pictures Imageworks senior VFX supervisor discusses his studio’s integration of Epic’s game engine technology and real-time workflows into its animation production on a new episode of Netflix’s ‘Love, Death & Robots’ anthology series.

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‘The Simpsons,’ ‘Love, Death & Robots’ Take Home Animation Emmy Awards

By Dan Sarto | Monday, September 16, 2019 at 11:13am

Fox’s perennial favorite and Netflix’s new anthology series receive awards for Outstanding Animated Program and Outstanding Short Form Animated Program, while Seth MacFarlane wins for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance for ‘Family Guy.’

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MUST SEE! NSFW Trailer for Tim Miller and David Fincher’s New Animated Anthology

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, February 14, 2019 at 6:44pm

Netflix sets March 15 as launch date for ‘Love Death + Robots,’ 185 minutes of startlingly dynamic animation not for the viscerally challenged!

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Netflix Announces Animation Anthology Series from Tim Miller, ‘Love, Death & Robots’

Sentient dairy products, werewolf soldiers, robots gone wild, garbage monsters, cyborg bounty hunters, alien spiders and blood-thirsty demons from hell converge in an 185-minute genre orgy of *NSFM* (not suitable for mainstream) shorts.

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WATCH: Atomic Fiction’s Ryan Tudhope Talks Iconic ‘Deadpool’ Freeway Chase at VIEW

By Dan Sarto | Thursday, October 5, 2017 at 2:45pm

The studio’s co-founder and VFX supervisor details the fully CG fight chase sequence from Tim Miller’s smash Marvel super hero adventure hit.

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Chaos Group’s ‘CG Garage’ Podcast Reaches 1 Million Downloads

Popular ‘Nerdist-style’ computer graphics art podcast features in-depth, personal discussions with some of the top minds in VFX, VR and design.

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Tim Miller, Pete Docter & Jonas Rivera to Host Oscar Week Events

‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller to present short film program; Pixar director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera to present animated features program.

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Blur Bolsters Technology & Creative Capabilities with New Talent

Character effects supervisor Eric Maurer and asset supervisor Oded Raz to bolster studio’s leadership team as the company gears up for the next round of feature work by Blur co-founder and ‘Deadpool’ director Tim Miller.

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Fox Officially Announces ‘Deadpool’ Sequel

It’s a big day for movie sequels as 20th Century Fox officially announces ‘Deadpool 2’ and unveils footage from Blue Sky’s ‘Ice Age: Collision Course,’ ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ and Roland Emmerich’s ‘Independence Day: Resurgence.’

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Rodeo FX Brings Maximum Effort to ‘Deadpool’

Led by VFX supervisor Wayne Brinton, Montreal studio delivers grotesque skin transformation, Helicarrier crash sequence, set extensions, and complex sequences requiring fire and embers for Tim Miller’s R-rated depiction of the Marvel Comics anti-superhero.